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Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Detroit's chief storyteller says it's time to talk to about neighborhoods that persevered

by Kai Ryssdal and Paulina Velasco Jul 24, 2017
Aaron Foley says there are "680,000 stories waiting to be told. Not all of them come from downtown."
Aaron Foley says he heard about the Detroit race riots at home, and “hardly anybody wanted to really go in depth and talk about.” Above, a group of men in Detroit construct a barricade to keep their street safe during the 1967 riots.
Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Uneven economic development marks South LA neighborhoods hit hardest by '92 riots

by Marketplace Contributor Apr 28, 2017
A few areas are caught up in a real estate boom. But the community still bears scars from 25 years ago.
A room was transformed into a replica of a 1992 looted convenience store, part of the exhibit "Re-Imagine Justice" at the headquarters of the nonprofit Community Coalition in South LA.
Libby Denkmann/Marketplace

Can Venezuela's Maduro survive the latest riots?

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 13, 2017
The economy is a hot mess and allegiances are shifting.
Venezuelans protest the government of President Nicolas Maduro last week in Caracas.
FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images

After riots, Baltimore liquor stores struggle to reopen

by Amy Scott Jul 27, 2015
The city is withholding emergency loans unless some stores change or relocate.

Baltimore, now and then

by Amy Scott Apr 30, 2015
What's changed — and what's stayed the same — since the 1968 riots in Baltimore.

Baltimore and the cost of rioting

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Apr 29, 2015
What will be the economic impact of the social unrest happening in Baltimore?

Baltimore businesses big and small regroup after riots

by Amy Scott Apr 29, 2015
Neighborhood pharmacies were ransacked by looters Monday.

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West Baltimore business owners pick up the pieces

by Amy Scott and Tony Wagner Apr 28, 2015
After protests turned violent, some storefronts were completely gutted.
Sheranda Palmer and co-owns the building housing R&M Grocery, which was trashed by looters Monday.
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The big business of tear gas, explained

by , and Aug 19, 2014
Clouds — and people running from them — appear in images from Ferguson to Cairo.

SWAT teams are a growing presence in law enforcement

by David Gura Aug 15, 2014
Since the 1960s, more local police departments have added their own SWAT team.